It wasn't what LeBron James (@KingJames) said in his tweet Thursday in support of Chris Paul -- "Best of luck to my brother @oneandonlycp3. Do what's best for You and your family" -- but what was implied: "Don't worry about stabbing New Orleans Hornets fans in the back. I did the exactly same thing to Cleveland, and it's worked out great." Perhaps James could offer similar advice to other athletes and sports personalities:
Tweet » "Best of luck to my ageless quarterback cousin, Brett Favre. Do what's best for You and your ankle."
Understood message » "Don't even think about telling the Vikings or ESPN that you're coming back out until a week before the regular season. I should put you in touch with Jim Gray."
Tweet » "Best of luck to my Heisman hoarder, Reggie Bush. Do what's best for You and your Trophy."
Understood message » "If I were you, I'd hold on desperately to those individual awards. I have no idea what it's like to actually win a team title."
Tweet » "Best of luck to my FIFA prez, Sepp Blatter. Do what's best for You and your World Cup."
Understood message » "Thanks to the lack of in-game video replay in the NBA, I can get from one end of the court to the other with a single crab dribble."
Tweet » "Best of luck to my fierce freelancer, Tracy McGrady. Do what's best for You and your knee, shoulder and back."
Understood message » "Get signed, man! After all, 20 games is all anybody should expect. Hey, want to come hang out on South Beach in February?"